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In Germany, it is mandatory for everyone to have a health insurance. It is considered one of the most comprehensive expatriate international insurance information providers for people working or studying in Germany. Health insurance is a worthwhile investment, whether you are a citizen or a foreigner in Germany. Others Germany health insurance insuranceThere is nothing as important as health.

5 Lessons To Learn From Germany’s Thriving Startup Scene


Germany is obviously a great place to build a business. This is evident in the fact that many of the companies that were birthed in Germany have grown to be world leaders. But it’s not just old companies that are thriving in Germany. And unlike America that’s currently on the move to get rid of imported talent from certain countries, Germany embraces the concept of importing talent. But there’s still a lot to learn from Germany’s attitude of looking into the future.


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5 reasons why Germany is the best country for startups

The Next Web

Germany has been a startup ecosystem on the rise for quite some time now. EY reported that Germany’s top 100 startups received a total of $11.1 It’s produced a number of global success stories including SoundCloud, Zalando, Flixbus, and HelloFresh.

A conversation with Karl-Heinz Streibich - President of National Academy of Science and Engineering in Germany, acatech.

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Karl-Heinz Streibich is President of acatech, the National Academy of Science and Engineering in Germany. In that role, he is constantly interacting with business and academic leaders, and has a unique perspective on STEM trends in Germany and broadly across. Globalization and Technology

A conversation with Karl-Heinz Streibich - President of National Academy of Science and Engineering in Germany, acatech. 

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Karl-Heinz Streibich is President of acatech, the National Academy of Science and Engineering in Germany. In that role, he is constantly interacting with business and academic leaders, and has a unique perspective on STEM trends in Germany and broadly across. Globalization and Technology

Here are the 5 hottest startups in Germany

The Next Web

Just last year Germany’s startups collected a record €4.6 By Marta Dawydzik and Andrea Hak When you hear underground techno clubs with permissive raves and more museums than rainy days per year, there is only one city that comes to mind: Berlin. Aside from the eccentric party driven artist’s haven its known to be, Berlin is also the birthplace of one of Europe’s first tech hubs. billion in investments with Berlin-based scale-ups alone responsible for €2.64 billion of the intake.

Evonik of Germany Buys Austin-Based Structured Polymers


The post Evonik of Germany Buys Austin-Based Structured Polymers appeared first on SiliconHills. Evonik, a German company, has acquired Austin-based Structured Polymers, a startup focused on 3D printing. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Structured Polymers, founded in 2012, raised $1.5 million from Microventures and holds three patents in the working of plastics category, according to CrunchBase. In addition, in the fall of 2017, Evonik made […].

Sheikh Youssef Al Shelash on the Benefits of 3D Construction 

The Startup Magazine

Germany’s Mense-Korte Architects designed the office building extension. As the chairman of Dar Al Arkan , Sheikh Yousef Al Shelash is leading the Saudi Arabia-based property development company into the future by embracing cutting-edge technology.

Episode 24: Profit First In Germany With Benita Königbauer

Mike Michalowicz

Benita shares her story of implementing Profit First in Germany. Million small businesses in Germany; 1.1 Benita shares her story of implementing Profit First in Germany. Million small businesses in Germany; 1.1 Show Summary. Benita Königbauer, Tax Advisor and certified Profit First Professional, joins Episode 24 of the Profit First Podcast. Our Guest.

UK and Germany driving growth in European venture

The Equity Kicker

I’m sure there are lots of reasons for this, but an important one is political support. The UK government has done a great job of supporting the UK startup ecosystem over the last few years, most notably through tax incentives for investors. Startup general interest

The Research and Development Tax Credit: A Comprehensive Guide

The Startup Magazine

Any businesses that are obligated to pay taxes in Germany according to the terms of the Income Tax Act and the Corporation Tax Act, insofar as they create revenue in conformance with Section 2 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1 Number 1 to 3 of the Income Tax Act, are eligible to make a claim.

12 Questions: Meet Ana Grigoriu (Germany)

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Ana lives and works in Germany. Since I’ve lived there for the first 23 years of my life I figured I should try something else, so in early 2010 I’ve decided to move to Germany. Speaking of “deliciuosness”, if you ever visit Germany, make sure you don’t miss the traditional German foods, you’ll love them!). Moving from my home country to Germany has definitely been the biggest adventure of my life so far.

Bitcoin Developments in Denmark

The Startup Magazine

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have been particularly popular in Germany, which is home to Europe’s largest economy. Bitcoin is often thought of as an American invention, but it’s actually a global phenomenon.

399 scale-ups in UK, 208 in Germany, 205 in France

The Equity Kicker

The Startup Europe Partnership (SEP) just published their SEP Monitor: From Unicorns to Reality. There’s a wealth of good data there on fundraising in different categories split by geography. “Scaleups”, companies that have raised $1m-10m, are where we focus and are shown in the picture above. The report also covers companies that have raised over $100m, termed “Scalers”, M&A, and IPOs.

[Infographic] Education By Country (United States, China, Russia, France, Germany and Japan)


How a country values its people (and its future) can sometimes be told by the percentage of the country’s government expenditure that goes towards education.Here’s an infographic that shows you how six different countries – the United States, China, Russia, France, Germany and Japan – compare when it comes to education, in terms of factors such as government expenditure, hours of instruction per year, class size and student/teacher ratios, etc.

Why You Might Consider Moving Abroad to Start Your Business

The Startup Magazine

For example, if you go to a shoe store in Germany, you might stick with buying Nike’s because you have seen them in the US. When you take a step back and look at many successful companies, you often find out that they have started their businesses overseas.

Ride the Wave

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I was 16 and living in (West) Germany when the wall was torn down. The reunification that followed less than a year later brought tremendous optimism to Germany. News Berlin Wall Career Germany Internet In the course of your career or start-up, nothing is more powerful than catching a big wave at the right time. I was reminded of this as we celebrated the 25 th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9th.

How to land new clients for your startup business

The Startup Magazine

Entrepreneurship Marketing audience Brand brand awareness Business idea Business plan business venture eventbrite Florida Germany growth Instagram journey marketplace opportunity platform promotion relationships reputation Smartphone Social media startup Target audience Technology University visibilityStarting up your own business venture is never easy. But it is one of the most rewarding career moves you can ever do in your life.

6 tips to bridge cultural differences in marketing communication

The Startup Magazine

But this is absolutely out of the question in Germany. Community Marketing B2B marketing communication cultural differences development Email marketing first impression France Germany holidays individualism vs collectivism indulgence vs restraint language Marketing Campaign masculinity vs femininity Netherlands networking power distance index privacy protection reputation Social network stereotypes translation uncertainty avoidance index

USA Now an Innovation Also-Ran — 11th in World

Gregg Fraley

Germany and South Korea, still kicking ass. Bloomberg Innovation Index Build Back Better CCC China Creativity education Germany Joe Biden Korea President Joe BIden STEM STEM Education Switzerland USA economy USA innovationUSA, Now An Innovation Loser. STEM Skills the Major Culprit.

Extra Benefits of Attending Trade Shows

The Startup Magazine

Marketing Brand business venture conference Design Dusseldorf exhibit exhibition stand Germany hiring meeting mentor network opportunities Relationship Social media startup supplier trade show TravelBeing a small-scale business owner is hard work. You rarely get time to yourself, let alone spending time off to join conferences and trade shows.

The Passion Play

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Which means the beautiful town of Oberammergau in Bavaria, Germany will be hosting its 42nd once-a-decade Passion Play this summer. It is the start of the new decade. It is also the 15th anniversary of both my blogs, Deal Architect. Industry Commentary

Creativity is Not a Muse, it’s a Choice

Gregg Fraley, Author of Jack's Notebook

Creative Problem Solving (CPS) Creativity and Self-Expression Inspirational Jack's Notebook Public Speaking Alf Red Austria Creativity Follow the Weasel Germany Innovation“Creativity is Not a Muse, it’s a Choice.” ” Gregg Fraley Yes, that’s my quote, and what this post is all about today. I’m writing this piece to co-publish on a cool new blog called Follow the Weasel.

Plex and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

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A collaboration with the CEO of Software AG, most of the examples profiled there were Germany based. I first wrote about the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the 2013 book The Digital Enterprise. At the same time, companies like GE were. Cloud Computing, SaaS Enterprise Software (other vendors

Yet another alarmist automation report. This time from PwC.

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I groaned when I read this from my former employer, PwC “Our analysis suggests that up to 30% of UK jobs could potentially be at high risk of automation by the early 2030s, lower than the US (38%) or Germany. Industry Commentary Silicon Collar

The Art of the Analyst Summit

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In the 90s, SAP used to fly a handful of Gartner analysts to Walldorf, Germany for several days of briefings. It allowed analysts “full immersion time” with executives and product development/strategy folks. It required significant investment on both sides, and. Industry Commentary

Brasil won

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Kudos to Germany for that amazing victory. But it was just a game. Brazil has been winning millions of hearts in the last month. Like that of my nephew who had a fabulous week there during the FIFA WC.

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Its a small world after all

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Innovation from around the globe Wagenstandanzeiger – a beauty of data visualization - Germany Daring New Buildings – Azerbaijan Microsoft and the Sochi Olympics – Russia Video Analytics Capital – Macau World Design Capital – S. Africa Innovation is GREAT. Globalization and Technology

Creativity around the planet

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Innovation from around the world Stadel Museum in the flesh – Germany Design Capital – Las Vegas, US Europe’s startup capitals – various Services Outsourcing – Poland Reimagining India – India British Airways Digital Luggage Tag – UK Manufacturing lessons

The tree of innovation

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During my early summer visit to Software AG HQ campus in Darmstadt, Germany I opened the door to the balcony of the second storey room I was working in, and was impressed with the friendliness of the Blauregen (literally Blue

More global innovation

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Mexico Technology on the ICE Train – Germany Shipping ice cream globally – US, China Big Data of Long Lives – Italy, Greece, Japan Nokia alumni. Innovation from around the globe'' iElevation – Nepal A museum or a library? Globalization and Technology

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Interview with Stephan Sieber, CEO of Unit4

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He joined the company in 2014, after over more than a decade at SAP, including Managing Director of SAP Switzerland and Chief Operating Officer of the region DACH (Germany, Switzerland. Stephan Sieber took over as CEO of Unit4 in April. Industry Commentary

The froth of innovation

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I have been on a no-beer diet for a while now, and so my visit to Germany and Czech last week provided an even more pleasant reacquaintance with Bitburger, Pilsener Urquell and other golden nectars. And it hit me how. Industry Commentary

More New Renaissance

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on the innovation blog Apple’s iCloud data center via Google Earth Orient Express – train from China to Germany Eindhoven – smartest city in the world Global Warming Score on New Car Stickers. Innovative Business Uses of Technology

Grand Challenges for the E2.0, SAP and young entrepreneur communities

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conference in Boston and the Sapience conference in Cologne, Germany this week. I am presenting at the Enterprise 2.0 I also get a chance to spend some time while in Boston with students at Babson College - a school which

More Global Innovation

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Bumper crop of innovations from various parts of the world we don’t always expect innovation from Near Cashless Society – Sweden A decade of LeWeb – France Faber-Castell – Germany Wine “Rover” – German wine country Rail Power – Kazakhstan. Innovative Business Uses of Technology

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Frameworks Round 2


Last week, we posted the results of benchmarking several web application development and frameworks. The response was tremendous. We received comments, recommendations, advice, criticism, questions, and most importantly pull requests from dozens of readers and developers. On Tuesday of this week, we kicked off a pair of EC2 instances and a pair of our i7 workstations to produce updated data. That is what we''re sharing here today.

Mattress company Emma is fastest-growing startup in Europe

The Next Web

For the fifth year in a row Adyen and TNW teamed up to find the fastest growing companies in Europe’s six hottest startup ecosystems: the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Germany, France, Spain, and Sweden. The winner, mattress business Emma (Germany), was announced tonight at TNW Conference Founders Dinner in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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Accelerator Spotlight: Balletic Foods

View from Seed

Anita grew up on a farm in the south of Germany and is now living in Northern California, where Balletic is located. . Company: Balletic Foods. Founders: Anita Broellochs & Alex Shirazi.

Here are the 5 hottest startups in Sweden

The Next Web

At a total of 120, it topped the number of exits from other, much larger startup ecosystems like Germany (112), the UK (77), and France (44). Dubbed a ‘unicorn factory’ Sweden has become a powerhouse incubator for some of the most innovative startups. It’s no wonder, with massive success stories such as iZettle and Mojang Games (the creators of Minecraft) that the country has been experiencing an influx of growth in technology in the last decade.

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Peter Thiel says the Dublin Web Summit isn’t representative of ‘slacker’ Europe

The Next Web

Thiel, who was born in Germany before moving with his parents to California aged one, told the audience: “The Web Summit is not representative of Europe at all. How would my life have turned out if I grew up in Germany instead? Following comments to the Financial Times two months ago criticising the continent, venture capitalist Peter Thiel today dismissed Dublin Web Summit with its 20,000+ attendees as “not representative of Europe”.

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List Of The Best SEO Chrome Extensions In 2020


Supported countries are Brazil, India, Japan, Great Britain, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, South Africa, Ireland, Russia, China, Poland, Hungary, Salvador, Australia, and Canada, as well as the com.

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Tech5 2019 will expand its reach to all of Europe and Israel — apply now

The Next Web

Except this year we’re going big… In the past, only startups from the Netherlands, the UK, Spain, France, Germany, and Sweden could apply. TNW and Adyen’s annual Tech5 competition is back again. Every day, startups prove individuals can harness the power of technology to actually create change and have a positive impact on society. Here at TNW, we believe these silent innovators deserve their time in the spotlight.